Be a successful lawyer by learning from others and your own past. James Gray Robinson gives his tips on what it takes, take a moment to read his thoughts and reflect on your career. Learn from failure and success awaits.
“A third-generation trial attorney, I have spent a majority of my life either working as a lawyer or hearing about it at the dinner table growing up. I was a trial attorney in North Carolina for nearly 27 years and retired in 2004 to go into consulting…After all, lawyers seem to have many unique skill sets and problems that only lawyers can appreciate…In hindsight, many past challenges and issues I experienced became very clear. We are here to live life and be as successful as we can possibly be. I have collected some thoughts about practicing law—and life in general—that can help lawyers to be successful, whether they are young or old.”
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